Lake County is well represented at NOACA.
Congratulations to Auditor Chris Galloway for receiving the recognition from his peers.
Contact Ohio State Rep. Derek Merrin (District 47)
Here is the January 2022 newsletter from the Lake County Recorder, Becky Lynch.
Commissioner Plecnik wants a second term as a Lake County Commissioner.
Does a County Health Board need a Race and Equity Coordinator?
A race and equity coordinator would work towards shaping the health department internally and the community at large into being identity-based versus merit-based.
We have a watchdog crisis in Ohio.
This article contains a short video of the Commissioners’ meeting held on 12/30/21 as they discussed the Homestead Exemption.
They are proposing a SDIT…school district income tax.
We provide a link to a Lincoln Institute website that provides historical and current statistics on Ohio’s property tax.
We provide exhibits confirming the aging population of Lake County.
Property taxes cannot continue to increase, it is not sustainable for seniors and those living on fixed incomes.
Representative Troy stepping up to the plate for seniors, but it is still not nearly enough.
We sent an email to Representative Callender asking for answers to our questions on H.B. 1 – dealing with school funding.
After extensive research over many months, we found no election fraud in Lake County.
Listen to our admission of believing the “comforting lies”.
The Public meeting of the Lake County Ohio Microfilming Board will be held on Monday January 10, 2022 at the Lake Erie Conference Room (A505) on the Fifth Floor of the Administration Building located at 105 Main Street, Painesville, Ohio, 44077.
Republican Commissioners reward incompetency.
December news from our great County Recorder Becky Lynch.
In this part, we detail the assessed values for each taxing district and school district.
We provide detailed information by municipality, taxing districts, and school districts.
The Ohio Secretary of State’s office confirmed it had investigated the matter and referred its findings to the FBI and the Ohio Attorney General’s offices. The Secretary of State’s office also said the Attorney General’s office has confirmed it opened an investigation.
Representative Troy knows his way around the State legislature, and is very knowledgeable about the issues.
We summarize the Lake County investments since 12/31/18 for our readers.
Learn about the Lake County Job and Family Services’ mission to help those in need in Lake County.
Discussion with Auditor Chris Galloway on the 2021 Triennial Revaluation and the Homestead Exemption.